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    Willys

    Yes, a '45 Willys MB. In the "before" phase of a planned restoration. In actuality it is serving as a storage area for everything that doesn't have a home.

    You can see it doubling as a workbench behind the Concours I brought home in a snowstorm last Feb. No, all that rhime ice wasn't from riding!
    '05 F650 GS
    IBA # 38142

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    That's the only Jeep pic?

    "Stupidity, if left untreated, is self-correcting."

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    "Running Out The Clock" grafikfeat's Avatar
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    Dang. Wish I was able to forget how many bikes I owned.

    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    p.s. We sold the two F650s so are now back down to the 11 I originally thought we owned.
    "Stupidity, if left untreated, is self-correcting."

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrafikFeat View Post
    Dang. Wish I was able to forget how many bikes I owned.
    Several years ago there was a bike counting day at a friends place. We pulled bikes out of the garage. We pulled bikes out of the shed he he'd built several years earlier to house the overflow. Then we pulled bikes out of his living room, his dining room, and I think the hallway (but it might have been the bedroom). We did not count the several box-of-parts-that-could-someday-be-a-bike unless it was accompanied by a rolling chassis.

    You sure you want to be able to forget how many bikes you own?

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    marchyman...that wasn't Glenn by any chance?

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    Cam Killer marchyman's Avatar
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    Nope. A brit bike fan who can't help himself when it comes to picking up old brit iron.


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    While this is not me it is a Cycle Shell. It is where i keep my bikes.
    I sold the last one with the 96RT and ordered my new one for the 02RT today.
    Great Product as it has a floor in it. Real quality made in USA.
    Mark is also a great guy.



    Mike
    Mike & Robin Fifer http://www.n-scale-model-trains.com/ 2002 R1150RT Current
    1995 K75S Sold
    1996 R1100RT sold

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    Smile

    I presently have a metal 26'x26' quonset hut and a 2 car garage for 1 car, and soon 3 motorcycles as I just purchased an R100RT with a Ural sidecar to keep my 2004 CLC and 2006 HD FSXTI company. I really need to retire so I can ride more.

    Ride Safe

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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    We sold the two F650s................
    Say it ain't so!!!!!
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    And then there was one... motorcycle, that is.




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    Quote Originally Posted by TandemGeek View Post
    And then there was one... motorcycle, that is.



    Yes but a good one!!!!
    Mike & Robin Fifer http://www.n-scale-model-trains.com/ 2002 R1150RT Current
    1995 K75S Sold
    1996 R1100RT sold

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    one in the living room

    One in the living room the rest in the garage
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    One in the living room...Jon
    That one looks like it could be good for about 50 miles, between rests...
    Rinty

    "When you don't know where you're going, any road will get you there."

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKBeemer View Post
    Say it ain't so!!!!!
    Yes, the two Funduros went to Jack Ferguson, but I bought another - 2001 Dakar so the current count is now back to 12 not counting the several shelves full of parts comprising a complete but apart R50/5 vintage race bike project that never got going.
    Paul Glaves - "Big Bend", Texas U.S.A
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